Puerto Rico Policy Toolkit
Puerto Rico officially recognized as the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, is an unincorporated territory positioned between the Dominican Republic and the U.S. Virgin Islands. This archipelago holds a distinctive status within the United States. As an unincorporated territory, Puerto Rico operates under the governance of the U.S. government while maintaining its unique identity.
Puerto Rico boasts its own constitution and a measure of local autonomy. but when it comes to the big decisions, the U.S. Congress gets the final say. As we delve into the pages of TCI’s Puerto Rico Policy Toolkit, we explore the resilient strategies that this territory has spearheaded. In the face of climatic upheaval, Puerto Rico embarks on a journey towards climate resilience and renewable energy.